These will probably fall into either more queries about these submissions instead and probably pushing Playground rather than Accepting, but I'll do my best to go through and explain these few.
#6795: Spikestuff's NES Road Worker in 06:11.19
Due to the triviality rule being changed which impacted this TAS, I believed the rules changed enough where it should be acceptable now, but considering that there is talks for it to be loosened further this one can probably stay in the abyss for a bit longer, it's 100% an autoscroller, with all the solutions done in less time than that.
#2037: DarkKobold's SegaCD Dragon's Lair in 10:45.65
/ #5888: Spikestuff's SegaCD Dragon's Lair in 10:48.95
The first of which was cancelled by the author, the latter which is slower than the prior due to emulation differences... and also the death of Vault.
(Basically asking for a confirmation on what would happen to this title in this day and age. Sidebar; I'm fine with resyncing my submission forward to a newer version of Hawk.)
#5884: Spikestuff's NES Pictionary "Alternative Game" in 01:03.25
/ #5939: warmCabin's NES Pictionary "all minigames" in 02:33.75
/ #5940: DrD2k9's NES Pictionary in 01:37.24
The prior probably lands in Playground than in comparison to the actual go for fastest without doing the minigame, but answering the puzzle, and showcasing all the minigames whilst going through it quickly.
#5289: Spikestuff's NES Mario Bros. "1 player, 18 phases" in 07:39.79
Failed to reach Moons due to older ruleset where the only way it could be accepted as its own thing was to be Moons, but it wasn't entertaining and it made it ineligible for Vault.
With current ruleset in the way they are this should land in Standard due to how it differentiates itself to the 2 player TAS
#5553: Spikestuff's PSX Digimon Rumble Arena in 05:39.26
The reason why this was rejected doesn't exist anymore, so-- thud
I reminded myself of this TASes' existence, if I can think of anything I'll write about it, otherwise idk.